Hello everyone. I normally do not blog here about food, but this recipe I created today I absolutely MUST SHARE!
I do not consider myself a great cook, at least not to MY taste in food. True to general hyper-sensitivity and migraine sufferers as a whole, I have a sensitive, refined sense of taste; anything too bland or too strong does not taste good to me.
So I am so happy that today I had great success making some Asian chicken kabobs in my grill pan. Here’s my recipe:
- Cube a chicken breast and marinate in about 2 tablespoons of bottled sweet/sour sauce, about 1 tsp of Chinese chili/pepper sauce, 1/2 tsp powdered ginger, 1/2 tsp of dill, and water to cover.
- Refrigerate about 2 to 3 hours.
- Skewer the chicken and put in grill pan along with all of the marinade.
- Dust gently with more dill.
- While the chicken and marinade cooks in the grill pan (turning occasionally), cook 1/4 to 1/2 cup of rice with about 1 tablespoon of soy sauce added instead of salt in the water.
- Cook until chicken is well done and the sauce thickens.
- Drain rice and spread evenly onto serving plate.
- Spoon about half of the sauce directly onto the rice before plating the kabobs over the rice and evenly pouring the rest of the sauce over the chicken.
- Garnish with more dill if desired.
Makes one serving.
This was ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS with a subtle taste and just enough pepper to give it that distinctly ASIAN taste.